The End of a Smaller Cold War?
By Rufin Zamfir
At the end of a trial that lasted for nearly 16 years, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has reached a verdict in the case of genocide claims brought forth by Croatia and Serbia against each other, relating to the armed conflicts of the 90s. Unsurprisingly, ICJ rejected the accusations as being unfounded, acknowledging throughout the trial, however, that between 1991 and 1995 individuals from both camps committed crimes against humanity and war crimes that call for urgent court proceedings.
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Islamist Alert (Also) in the Balkans. The Arrest of Clergy and “Soldiers of Allah”
L’Europe Foutue. Liberté with No Egalité or Fraternité
By Oana Popescu
The attacks on journalists in Paris are abominable by any standards. But to limit our understanding of the larger context (that has found an extreme expression in this case) and to refuse to accept that we are today expressing ourselves in a tense globalised environment, to which balanced and strong individuals respond in a balanced way, and those imbalanced or weaker respond the way they know best or the way others push them to, is ignorant and irresponsible.
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Iraq, a Victim of the Fight for Regional Domination Between Iran and Saudi Arabia
What was Biden Doing in Bucharest? Vow Renewal, Prenup Included
More than a Balkan Partnership